Fire the media — Seriously. Great analysis of how we got where we are from the American Spectator.
Scientific dogma — Dogma isn’t just for non-Liberals. Read this excellent analysis of how dogma is driving the climate change debate and costing us billions of dollars.
And further down in her post she gives some examples of what we should expect if climate science were not plagued by the sort of dogmatic beliefs that are elsewhere decried (and rightly so) as being anti-scientific.
“Well, lets try this. In 2010, lets assume that there are very very few climate scientists left that regard the IPCC as dogma. What might this look like?
- no petitions signed by members of the IPCC or national academy members
- Nature and Science not writing op-eds that decry “deniers”
- no climate scientists writing op-eds that decry the “deniers”
- no climate scientists talking about “consensus” as an argument against disagreement (argumentum ad populam, h/t Nullius in Verba)
- IPCC scientists debating skeptics about the science
- climate scientists stop talking about cap and trade and UNFCCC policies because the science demands that we do this
- no more professional society statements supporting the IPCC”
The results of a survey carried out among readers of the frantically Warmist “Scientific American” are now available.
It must have nearly choked them to publish the results. It’s a wonder they didn’t “fudge” the results, in fact. Fudging results is standard operating procedure for Warmists. See HERE or HERE for instance
Go Here to see all.
Talk about a propaganda fail! And this was among a readership that would have been highly literate scientifically.
Top Ten Countdown: Reasons Why People Vote Democrat — I would have left off #1, but the rest are accurate.
QUESTION: Has HillBuzz.org changed your opinions on the gay community? – interesting thread with lots of interesting comments. They don’t read the Lefty script like most gays do, so they have done a lot to tick off the establishment. Good for them.
Great send up of a popular bumper sticker (hat tip: Glenn)
Why yes, Mr. President, if unemployment was 5% then we would have had more confidence in your policies choices. But it isn’t 5%, because they didn’t work, so we don’t have confidence in them!
This is important.